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Today the Heads of customs services of Belarus and Uzbekistan have approved the terms of information cooperation and tomorrow they will sign a Protocol of cooperation on customs offenses fight.

Chairman of the State Customs Committee of the Republic of Belarus Yuri Senko and Chairman of the State Customs Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan Murotjon Azimov took decisions on a wide range of topical issues of bilateral customs cooperation. The meeting of the main customs officers of Belarus and Uzbekistan, on the eve of which the Uzbek customs officers familiarized themselves with the work of the Belarusian customs at Brest and Kozlovichi checkpoints, was taken place today in Minsk.

During the negotiations, special attention was paid to the implementation of the Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Belarus and the Government of the Republic of Uzbekistan on the mutual trade promotion system of September 13, 2018.

 

The relevance of this issue is determined by the fact that in current conditions the priorities for the development of foreign trade are the processes aimed at reducing trade barriers, increasing efficiency and reducing the time for customs control and increasing trade between countries. These issues are introduced in the Agreement.

 

As a result of today's meeting, the Heads of customs administrations approved the Technical Conditions of communication, which are the basic document for the implementation of the Agreement.

 

Tomorrow a Protocol of cooperation on customs offenses fight will be signed. The practical implementation of the norms of the document will combat customs violations.

The results of such meetings are a solid basis for further customs dialogue between the Republic of Belarus and the Republic of Uzbekistan.

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